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Tasty, but not quite great
Good valmue for money 😊 Not AS complex as big brother Ron Zacapa, but pretty close
Firstly: it's cheap. Also people should note, the Botran 12 is, like most Botrans and most Zacapas, a solera-style rum, so it's not actually 12 years old. When I was in Guatemala I drank this far more than the often praised but wildy overrated Zacapa 23 (which to me is an overly sweet cloying licqueur, not a proper rum). This is a lot dryer, more honest. You do get some alcohol, and a somewhat unrefined sensation, but at half the price of the Zacapa 23 this was always the better option for me.
Had higher expectations from a 12y old. Don't like it with coke too much, like it better on the rocks. Strong alcohol flavour, lacking character. Don't like the aftertaste a lot, but not too bad considering the price.
Decent sweetness, but too harsh alcohol. Overall lacking a decent taste (some oak, vanilla, liquorice): too 'watery'
A good one for a reasonnable price. Tasty and perfumed, this is the kind of rum you'll enjoy after dinner along with a piece of dark chocolate.. Not revolutionnary but a good choice that every amateur should possess.
Un ron de sabor suave y dulce, en México la botella es más bonita q la original con tapón de corcho.
Según dicen es un Zacapa económico. Ya que también son de la misma región.
Misma destileria que Zacapa. Mientras que el Zacapa es para beber solo o en las rocas, el Botran es bueno para Cuba Libre
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